20 Tallest Towers in the World

These are lists of towers that fall under the engineering definition of a tower which is a tall man-made structure, always taller than it is wide, meant for regular access by humans, but not for living in or office work, and are self-supporting or free-standing, which means no guy-wires for support. Towers are generally built to take advantage of their height and can stand alone or as part of a larger structure. The technical definition of a tower excludes continuously habitable buildings and skyscrapers as well as radio and TV masts. Bridge towers or pylons, chimneys, transmission towers, and most large statues allow human access for maintenance, but not as part of their normal operation, and are therefore not considered to be towers.

Burj Dubai Tower

CN Tower

Tokyo Sky Tree, Japan

Canton Tower

Ostankino Tower

Oriental Pearl Tower

Milad Tower

Kuala Lumpur Tower

Tianjin Radio and Television Tower

China Central Television Tower

Zhongyuan Tower

Kiev TV Tower

Tashkent Tower

Kuwait Telecommunications Tower

Riga Radio and TV Tower

Gerbrandy Tower

Stratosphere Las Vegas

Macau Tower

Long Ta

Eiffel Tower

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